Lettuce green wallpaper was the dressing this entry hall needed

Lettuce green wallpaper was the dressing this entry hall needed (1960s)
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The color green works well with many colors, but when this lettuce green wallpaper was paired with white in a trellis pattern, it seemed doubly green, fresh, and intense.

In this vivid Manhattan entrance hall, the color was a delightful complement for fresh and printed flowers, and for the painted finishes of “found” furniture.

And since the green spells out freshness loud and clear, it made an apt introduction to an apartment where floral patterns and live plants abounded.

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Lettuce green wallpaper was the dressing this entry hall needed (1960s)
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